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Rabbits used for fur by Dior and Dolce & Gabbana filmed suffering in horrific conditions

IBT: ‘Animal rights campaigners have criticised leading fashion brands after shocking undercover footage revealed the torrid conditions endured by rabbits bred for their fur. French activists L214 released a film they allege shows the suffering of animals used to make fur luxury garments tailored by Dior, Dolce & Gabbana and Fendi. The harrowing video shows hundreds of Orylag rabbits – which have been special bred for the softness of their fur – at a grim slaughterhouse in south west France.

Creatures of various ages and sizes can be seen cramped up in tiny cages – many of them appear maimed or deranged. L214 claimed that the animals would never see the light of day during their miserable lives, adding: “Luxury can not be freed from a minimum of ethics.” “We are asking Dior, Fendi and Dolce & Gabbana to assume their share of responsibility and give up the use of animal fur”.’ SOURCE…

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